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Easy to register a New Zealand company

New Zealand companies can enjoy a variety of advantages such as simple registration procedures, political stability and good governance, tax incentives and friendly tax systems, innovation and technological environment, superior geographical location and high-quality living environment, which help companies succeed and remain competitive in the international market.
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Advantages of registering a company in New Zealand

Simple registration process
New Zealand's company registration procedures are relatively simple and the registration fees are relatively low. This allows entrepreneurs to start their businesses more quickly and obtain corporate legal status at a lower cost.
Political stability, good governance
New Zealand enjoys good political stability and an efficient governance system. The government is committed to providing transparency and legal protection. This provides a stable political environment and legal protection for registered companies.
Superior location
Located in the South Pacific, New Zealand has a superior geographical location and is an important hub connecting the Asia-Pacific region and South America. This allows New Zealand companies to more easily enter the Asia-Pacific market and conduct cross-border trade.
Innovation and Technology Environment
New Zealand has abundant innovative resources and scientific and technological talents. The government encourages innovation and technological development and provides various support measures, such as scientific research funds and entrepreneurial incubators.
Clear legal and business environment
New Zealand has a clear and simple legal system and a friendly business environment. In addition, New Zealand's legal system focuses on protecting intellectual property rights and contractual rights, which is conducive to the long-term development of enterprises.
High-quality living environment
New Zealand has beautiful natural scenery and a clean environment. It is a livable country. This is conducive to attracting international talents and investors and providing more talent resources and business opportunities for registered companies.

Process of registering a New Zealand company

Consultation and Suggestions
We will first provide consultation to understand the relevant situation to determine your business license registration requirements, company type and name.
Application form
Prepare the documents required to register a company, usually including the company's articles of association, list of shareholders, list of directors, etc. These documents may require notarization and certification.
Waiting for approval
Once the application is submitted and the fee is paid, it is usually necessary to wait for several working days or longer for the registration agency to approve the registration application.
Receive registration certificate
Once the registration application is approved, you will receive a Cayman company registration certificate, indicating that you have successfully registered a company.

Information required to register a New Zealand company

Basic information required for registration
Company English name (ending with Limited);
Local directors (provided by our company);
Color scans of passports of directors and shareholders and proof of address (must be bills issued by functional departments within 2 months or fixed-line broadband bills). Proof of address requires originals and English translations;
Passports, shareholder signatures, and proof of address need to be notarized. Customers can find a local notary office by themselves. You can refer to the template. One original copy needs to be mailed to our company (as a shareholder, spot check notarization is required. If you are a Hong Kong customer, please consider submitting the information first and then doing Hague notarization).
Registered capital is a minimum of 1 New Zealand dollar and a maximum of 200,000 New Zealand dollars. It is recommended not to be too high, generally 1,000 New Zealand dollars (minimum 1 New Zealand dollar, it is recommended to set it at 1,000 New Zealand dollars, and no actual payment is required);
Business scope of the company (only one major category can be selected).

You will receive these information after registration is completed

Company Registration Certificate
Company Organization Outline and Articles of Association
Steel seal, strip seal and round seal
Legal shareholder and director records

IngStart provides New Zealand company tax filing services

Tax filing service
IngStart is for companies registered in New Zealand. The procedures and requirements for tax returns may vary depending on the type of company, type of income, size of business and other factors. It is recommended that you seek the help of IngStart's professional tax advisors or accountants when dealing with the tax affairs of New Zealand companies.
Submit tax return
① Obtain a tax number (IRD number)
If you are a taxpayer in New Zealand, you need an IRD number, which is a unique identification used for tax payment and communication with the tax office. If you do not have an IRD number, you can apply to the New Zealand Inland Revenue Office through IngStart to obtain one.
③ Fill in and submit tax returns
There are several different ways to file taxes in New Zealand, including online tax filing, mailing paper returns, etc. Choose the method that suits you and make sure to submit it before the tax filing deadline. When filling in the form, make sure to accurately report your income and related information.
② Collect information required for tax filing
Before filing taxes, you need to understand the tax laws in New Zealand to determine your income sources and applicable tax rates. This includes personal income tax, capital gains tax, etc.
④ Pay taxes due
If you need to pay taxes, make sure to pay them before the tax filing deadline. You can pay your tax by online bank transfer, credit card, etc. After submitting your tax return, wait for the tax office to process it. They may review your tax return and contact you if necessary.

Provide local company annual review

Annual review is an annual qualification review that offshore companies must undergo in accordance with local laws. Only companies that pass the annual review will be recognized by the local government.
Certification of legal qualifications
Annual review on time can enhance the company's credibility in the local government and is the basis for the company's legal existence.
Avoid overdue fines
Companies that fail to conduct annual review will be fined according to the overdue time. Annual review on time can avoid this loss.

Why choose us?

Perfect service system
Select the company that needs to submit an annual report in your IngStart account and click Submit Annual Report Service.
Professional operation team
IngStart receives the annual report service you submitted, updates your annual report in real time, and notifies you when the report is completed.